Hi, I’m back to share a couple of Jane’s Doodles cards with you. First up is a summery and sunny beach themed card. I am soooo over winter here in Australia. It has been really cold and windy and most unpleasant. But not on this card.
I stamped and coloured 3 images from the the Summer Icons set. I die cut them with a small circle die. On the blue base card, I stamped the wave pattern using the Patterns stamp set. I then die cut 3 more circles into the coloured panel and popped it up with some foam tape onto the card base. I then adhered the images into the cut outs so that they are set down.
The next card is a card using the new Peony stamp set. Coloured with Copics markers. The sentiment is from the All Occasions stamp set.
Currently Jane is on holiday as is the shop, but she will be back on August the 20th.
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Good evening! Today’s card features a new floral set from Penny Black’s Dreaming release called Flower Collection. The image is actually a bucket filled with flowers, but I decided to repeat stamp the flower portion for a totally different look.
The sentiment is from another new set called Beautiful Heart. The flowers are coloured with Copics and then I mounted the focal panel onto a blue note card. Simple, but eye-catching.
Hello friends. Today I have many Jane’s Doodles cards that I am sharing with you. They have been over on the Jane’s Doodles blog, but I have neglected to share them here – so strap yourself in, as there are a few cards.
The first card is my latest card that went up on the Jane’s Doodles blog today. The link to that post is here. This card was very much inspired by this card from Michelle from The Card Grotto. I love Michelle’s clean and simple style, and this card caught my eye a while ago. Thanks for all your inspiration Michelle! I’m a big fan!
I white heat embossed the butterflies from the Doodle Butterflies stamp set and some hearts from the Unicorn set before ink blending over the top. The Sending Hugs portion of the sentiment is from the All Occasions stamp set.
The next card uses the new Jane’s Doodle Poppy stamp set. I stamped and coloured the images with Copic markers and added shading with Prismacolor pencils. The sentiment is from the Girlfriend set. The link to that post is here.
The next card uses Doodle Butterflies again. I stamped and coloured the images with Copic markers and created a Distress ink wash for the background. The sentiment is from the Girlfriend set. The link to that post is here.
I had fun pulling out the Dogs stamp set to create this little scene. Again coloured with Copics. The background is Distress Oxide ink blending. The link to that post is here.
Moving along…This card uses the Happy Camper set. I love creating little scenes. The link to that card is here.
It’s no surprise that I love to create tags, and this is no exception. The link to this card is here. I used texture paste and a stencil to create the background. It created a perfect backdrop for the flowers from the Plumeria stamp set. The sentiment is from the All Occasions set.
This next card makes me happy! I love how it turned out. You can find the original link here. I used a mask to create the background. The stamp sets used are Rain or Shine and Life is Good.
Hello friends! I’m back to share a sneak peek of a card I have over on the Penny Black Simplicity at its Best blog. Lots of colour and flowers – a perfect combination. I hope you will check it out over on the Simplicity site. Head here.
Hello friends! It’s been a little while since I have posted. Not because I haven’t been card making, just because life has been super busy and I haven’t got around to posting!
Today’s card is another adorable Penny Black critter from the Timeless release called Flower Teddy, which I haven’t had a chance to colour until now. I reached for Copic markers again (no surprise there), but I spiced things up a bit with an artsy and inky border.
The border was created by die cutting an oval from white card stock and then inking it with Salty Ocean Distress Oxide ink. I them spritzed the PB Honeycomb stencil with water and placed it randomly onto the inked border (where the water bleached the ink). To add to the distressed look, I also flicked on water, added some Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide ink and then in some places, inked over the stencil.
The sentiment is from the Happy Hugs stamp set (which I only stamped the Hugs and left off the Happy part). I finished off the card with some white gel pen details on the flowers and grounded the image by creating a floor with Prismacolor pencils.
Stamps: Penny Black Flower Teddy and Happy Hugs stamp sets
Card: Neenah Solar white card stock
Ink: VersaFine ink, Memento Tuxedo Black ink, Distress Oxide ink – Salty Ocean and Chipped Sapphire
Other Supplies: Penny Black Honeycomb stencil, ink blending tool, Copic markers (I didn’t keep track of the ones I used!), Oval die cut, Cuttlebug, Water bottle for spritzing, Pentel pigment white gel pen, Prismacolor pencils (grey tones)
I stamped out the four critters from the set and used the coordinating dies to cut them out, along with the sentiment banner. All images were coloured with Copic markers.
To create the foliage underneath the banner, I first drew around the banner lightly in pencil, so that I could position and stamp the greenery in just the right position. I used a mixture of green pigment inks and also a pink pigment ink to stamp the leaves and flowers. I then adhered the sentiment banner with 3D mounting foam tape, and added the critters in last, directly adhering them to the card base.
This second card is exactly the same as the first, but I just changed the animals.
I think they turned out so cute! And one has already made it into the hands of my daughter’s friend for her birthday.